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|UA Podcast: Rethinking the Book - Mark Fonseca Rendeiro|
2011 was allegedly the year of the e-book at major publishers claimed some books sold better in digital format than in print. Meanwhile ebook readers and tablet devices broke sales records around the world. But there is an underlying world of possibility that has also started to take share - one of collaborative alternative ways of publishing, funding and distribution. Ever so slowly, that formerly static object on a shelf in our homes is becoming something more dynamic, the kind of book we may ...
Keywords: opensource; flossmanuals; publishing
|Collaborative Futures Booksprint Intro 2010 - Bennett Williamson|
Approximately one minute video by Bennett Williamson, originally published at http://vimeo.com/9840822 booki.cc/collaborativefutures/ en.flossmanuals.net/collaborativefutures/ This book was written over 5 days (Jan 18-22, 2010) during a Book Sprint in Berlin. 7 people (5 writers, 1 programmer and 1 facilitator) gathered to collaborate and produce a book in 5 days with no prior preparation and with the only guiding light being the title 'Collaborative Futures'...
Keywords: collaboration; collaborative futures; flossmanuals; booksprint; booki
|Facilitation Example Ovlondon Stubnitz - mickfuzz|
A quick look at a facilitation technique for the Open Video Course Sprint at the MS Stubnitz. Thanks to all the participants and the crew of the ship. This video was made to illustrate a technique for an upcoming course for the School of Open. https://p2pu.org/en/courses/77/collaborative-workshops-in-informal-learning-spaces/ For all you facilitation geeks out there, it's a blend of a spectrum line and a physical mapping exercise...
Keywords: video; open video; workshops; facilitation; spectrumline; flossmanuals; xmlab; stubnitz; london